Marian Murch Webb

(circa 1811 - 11 December 1839)
     Marian Murch Webb was born circa 1811. She was the daughter of John Best Webb.
     Marian Murch Webb and George Augustus Frederick Dempster obtained a marriage licence on 4 February 1833 in London.
     Marian Murch Webb married George Augustus Frederick Dempster, son of James Dempster and Augusta Frances Bunduck, on 7 February 1833 in St James, Westminster. George Frederick Augustus Dempster, of the parish of Miitcham, Surrey, bachelor & Marian Murch Webb of this parish, spinster, were married by licence, 7 Feb 1833. Both signed in the presence of John Best Webb & Harriet .....
     Marian died of consumption on 11 December 1839 in Ship St, Brighton, Sussex. On the 11th inst., Marian the wife of George Dempster, Esq., solicitor, Brighton, aged 28.

Children of Marian Murch Webb and George Augustus Frederick Dempster

Mary Agnes Webb

(circa 1888 - 8 February 1959)
     Mary Agnes Webb was born circa 1888.
     Mary Agnes Webb married James Augustus or Augustine Colbert, son of John Edward Colbert and Catherine Agatha Darcy, in 1917 in Victoria.
     Mary died on 8 February 1959 in Birchip, Victoria. She was buried in Watchem.

Children of Mary Agnes Webb and James Augustus or Augustine Colbert

Percy Edward Webb

(11 January 1875 - 1951)
     Percy Edward Webb was born on 11 January 1875 in New Zealand. He was the son of Joseph Sykes Webb and Mabel Wilhelmina Phillips.
     Percy died in 1951 in New Zealand.

Reginald Suddard Skottowe Webb

(27 July 1897 - 1977)
     Reginald Suddard Skottowe Webb was born on 27 July 1897 in New Zealand. He was the son of Joseph Skottowe Webb and Clara Foster.
     Reginald Suddard Skottowe Webb married Ngaire Elizabeth Janet Veal in 1921 in New Zealand.
     Reginald died in 1977 in New Zealand.

Child of Reginald Suddard Skottowe Webb and Ngaire Elizabeth Janet Veal

William Phillips Webb

(18 May 1868 - 28 January 1931)
     William Phillips Webb was born on 18 May 1868 in 'Bell Knowes', Dunedin, New Zealand. He was the son of Joseph Sykes Webb and Mabel Wilhelmina Phillips.
     William died on 28 January 1931 in Lewisham, New South Wales, aged 62.

Joan Webber

     Joan Webber married Henry Killigrew on 13 January 1668 in Paignton, Devon.

Child of Joan Webber and Henry Killigrew

Mary Ann Webber

     The marriage of Mary Ann Webber and Samuel Penwell, son of John Penwill and Susanna Ruby, was registered in Newton Abbot RD, Devon, in the March 1858 quarter.
     Mary Ann Webber and Samuel Penwell appeared on the 1861 census in Tormohan, Devon. Samuel Penwell 24 , chimney swweep, born Ashburton; his wife Mary Ann Penwell 24, born Chittlehampton?, Mary Ann Penwell 2, born Cockington, Susanna Penwell 8 Months, born Torquay; James Webber 72, father in law; with lodgers George Kendall 23, Elizabeth Kendall 29.

Child of Mary Ann Webber and Samuel Penwell

Betsy Webster

(circa 1859 - )
     Betsy Webster was born circa 1859. She was the daughter of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich.

Clara Webster

(circa 1855 - )
     Clara Webster was born circa 1855. She was the daughter of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich.

Emma Webster

(circa 1846 - )
     Emma Webster was born circa 1846 in Mosborough, Eckington, Yorkshire. He was the son of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich. Emma Webster was christened on 2 January 1848 in Anston, Yorkshire.

Frances Webster

(28 August 1670 - )
     Frances Webster was christened on 28 August 1670 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of John Webster and Dorothy Ryther.

Frederick Webster

(13 August 1822 - 8 June 1874)
     Frederick Webster was born on 13 August 1822 in Mosborough, Eckington, Derbyshire. He was the son of George and Ann Webster.
     The marriage of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich, daughter of Joseph Rich and Sarah Ann Dean, was registered in Rotherham RD, Yorkshire, in the June 1845 quarter. Randal Mortimer wrote: They were the parents of eight children including my great-great grandfather, Joseph Webster. Frederick was a shoe and boot maker.
     Frederick Webster was recorded on the 1851 census in Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorkshire. Frederick Webster, 28, boot & shoe maker, born Mosbro; wife Caroline Webster 26, born Mattersea, Nott? children Emma Webster, 4, born Mosbro, George Webster, 2 born Anston, Yks.
     Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich appeared on the 1861 census in Mattersey. Fredrick Webster 38, boot maker, born Masham, Caroline Webster 36, born Mattersey, Emma Webster 14, Joseph Webster 10, Fredrick Webster 7, Clara Webster 5, Betsey Webster 2.
     Frederick died on 8 June 1874 in Mosborough, Eckington Derbyshire, aged 51.

Children of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich

Frederick Webster

(circa 1854 - )
     Frederick Webster was born circa 1854. He was the son of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich.

George Webster

(circa 1849 - )
     George Webster was born circa 1849 in Anston, Yorkshire. He was the son of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich.

Jane Webster

     Jane Webster was born in Yorkshire.
     Jane Webster married John Henry Milnes, son of James Milnes and Ann Murgatroyd?, between January 1855 and March 1855 in Huddersfield, Yorkshire.

Children of Jane Webster and John Henry Milnes

John Webster

     John Webster married Dorothy Ryther on 22 November 1655 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. John was present at Frances Webster's christening on 28 August 1670 in Epworth, Lincolnshire.

Children of John Webster and Dorothy Ryther

Joseph Webster

(1852 - )
     Joseph Webster was born in 1852 in Sheffield, Yorkshire. Randal Mortimer wrote: Joseph Webster married Elizabeth Lydia Reeder. They had three children, Lucy, Emma, and Edwin. The family emigrated from England to Ontario, Canada in 1884. In 1896, they migrated just south of the Canadian border in the State of North Dakota, USA. Here they farmed until their deaths (Elizabeth in 1917 and Joseph in 1920).
In 1902, Emma Webster (born 1879 in Darfield Bridge, Yorkshire) married William John Kays (born 1869 in Ontario, Canada) at Langdon, North Dakota. They homesteaded at Calvin, North Dakota and raised five children. William John Kays died in 1920 and Emma passed away in 1933. Their daughter, Ethel Mae Kays, born 1904 at Sarles, North Dakota, was my grandmother. She married George E. Mortimer in 1922. George was born in Iowa in 1894. George and Ethel Mortimer had eleven children. George farmed near the Kays farm at Sarles. George died in 1970 and Ethel in 1977 in Devils Lake, North Dakota.
My father, Richard Mortimer, was the third to youngest child of George and Ethel. He was born in Sarles in 1934. In 1954, Dad found himself in Glasgow, Montana where he married my mother, Lois Bergstrom. Richard Mortimer died in an auto accident in 1969, leaving a widow with five children. He was the son of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich.

Judith Webster

(15 February 1657/58 - )
     Judith Webster was born on 15 February 1657/58 in Epworth, Lincolnshire. She was the daughter of John Webster and Dorothy Ryther.

Mary Ann Webster

(March 1845 - )
     Mary Ann Webster's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1845 in Mosborough, Eckington, Derbyshire. Her pre-nuptial birth was registered as Mary Ann Webster Rich. She was the daughter of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich. Mary Ann Webster was christened on 2 January 1848 in Anston, Yorkshire.
     Mary Ann Webster was listed in the household of Joseph Rich as a grandchild in the 1851 census in Mattersey.
     Jackie Goddard wrote: My Great Great Grandmother was Mary Ann Webster (daughter of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich). Mary Ann Webster married Thomas Houlbrook of Marrin 1864 in Doncaster. Their son, Herbert Houlbrook married Sarah Hulley in 1893 and lived in Mexborough, Yorkshirewhere they had my Grandmother, Margaret Houlbrook. Margaret married Marshall Melbourne in 1931 and my mother Doris was born a year later. I was born in Mexborough and ironically now live in Melbourne..

Nell Webster

(1907 - )
     Nell Webster was born in 1907 in Stratford, Victoria. She was the daughter of William Peel Webster and Hilda Evelyn Rout.

Thomas Lynn Webster

(1911 - )
     Thomas Lynn Webster was born in 1911 in Maffra, Victoria. He was the son of William Peel Webster and Hilda Evelyn Rout.

William Herbert Webster

     William Herbert Webster was the son of Frederick Webster and Caroline Rich.

William Peel Webster

(circa 1877 - 1959)
     William Peel Webster was born circa 1877.
     William Peel Webster married Hilda Evelyn Rout, daughter of Charles Rout and Ellen Bland, on 1 June 1905 in Sale, Victoria.
     William died in 1959 in Sale, Victoria.

Children of William Peel Webster and Hilda Evelyn Rout

Gertrude Myfanwy Wedgewood

( - circa 1965)
     Gertrude Myfanwy Wedgewood married secondly Charles Humphrey Carden Noad after 1943.
     Gertrude died circa 1965.
     Her will was proved on 1 April 1965. Will and Testament of Gertrude Myfanwy Carden-Noad, née Wedgewood, formerly wife of John Elliott and wife of Charles Humphrey Carden-Noad, of 1, Lower King's Cliff, St Helier. Dated 04/04/1962. Includes two closed documents.

Joan Marjorie Wedgewood

(19 June 1907 - July 2016)
     Joan Marjorie Wedgewood was born on 19 June 1907.
     Joan Marjorie Wedgewood married Dr Richmond Jeremy, son of John Jeremy and Kate Ella Hooper, on 17 March 1929 in New South Wales. Joan Marjorie Wedgewood was buried on 31 July 2014 in orthern Suburbs Crematorium, North Ryde.
     Joan died JEREMY, Joan Marjorie. Aged 107 years. Loved wife of Richmond (deceased). Mother and mother-in-law of Richmond and Norma, David and Philippa, and John. Proud grandmother to Richmond and Mathew, Robert and Anne, and great-grandmother to Bronwyn, Kathleen, Rosemary, Kate, Grace, Emma, Hugh, Alex and Jack. in July 2016 in New South Wales, aged 109.

Pauline Freda Weickhardt

(1913 - 1950)
     Pauline Freda Weickhardt was also known as Coxedge in records. She was born in 1913 in Dandenong, Victoria.
     Pauline Freda Weickhardt married William Robert Charles Coxedge, son of William Charles Cocksedge and Grace Lavina Parrott, in 1932 in Victoria.
     Pauline died  in 1950 in Fitzroy, Victoria. Pauline Coxedge.

Alexander Weir

( - 1632)
     Jacquie ? wrote about her ancestors: Alexander Weir and his wife Ann Dunbar and their children John, Jane and Alexander. Of the children, I have two daughters - sadly no names. Maybe one is called Jane? Anyway the two sisters married two brothers - Robert and John Johnston, sons of James Johnston of Aghamuldowney. Alexander Weir was born. According to Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland, he was the third son of Robert Weir, of Craighead, on the river Clyde, who sold or assigned his estate about 1610, and settled at Monaghan (now
called Hall Craig), co. Fermanagh; married a sister of Sir David Lindsay, and died 1633
. He was the son of Robert Weir and (?) Lindsay.
     Alexander Weir married Ann Dunbar, daughter of Sir John Dunbar and Katherine Graham, in 1614 in Ireland. On the outbreak of the civil war in 1641, Anne with her orphans, suffered severely .... Mrs Weir was suffered to escape to Ennniskillen with but one son Alexander aged 9 and his sister Jane, alone saved from the massacre ....
     Alexander died in 1632.      
Alexander Weir was listed as Alexander Weire gent, titulado in 1659 in Ferlagh, Devenish, Fermanagh.
     Alexander Weir and Catherine Dunbar, Sir John Dunbar, Mary Harman, Major John Dunbar and Alexander Weir were mentioned in a court case on 19 May 1674. A Chancery bill entered on 19 May 1674 between Moutray, plaintiff & Weir, defendant sheweth that Archibald Erkskin, had lent Sir John Dunbar £500 upon mortgage upon certain lands. That Ann Erskin his heir (wife of John Moutray of Aghamoyle) took out administration of her father's property. That Sir John Dunbar had never repaid the mortgage. That in 1658 Richard Dunbar 'as son & heir' of Sir John Dunbar, entered into the said mortgaged premises in Magheraboy. That said Richard died in 1666-7, and Catherine his daughter, as his heir in her right, or some others in her behalf, entered the said premises and enjoyed them and doth still enjoy them. Orator is informed that the said deed of mortgage came into the hands of Edward Weir, senior, Edward Weir, junior, Alex Arthur Weldon, Wm Dunbar, Jas Somerwell & John Dunbar or to some or one of them etc.
In the answers to the above bill, of Alexander Weir of Monaghan? co. Fermanagh and Jas Somerwell, it is stated that these defts [deforciants] believe and have heard that
John Dunbar, gent, who is son & heir of John Dunbar, deceased, who was second son of Sir John Dunbar, did immediately after the settlement in this kingdom, being then under age, by his guardian Mary Dunbar alias Veldon, his mother, enter into and always receive the rents and profits of the lands in question until he attained full age, which was about three years since: and do well know that he is in the seizin and possession of the said lands by some arrangement made by his grandfather. But they deny that Richard Dunbar or his daughter Catherine ever entered into the lands or enjoyed the rents: and that the said Catherine is not above the age of eight years. And they deny any knowledge of the mortgage of any land that came into their possession.

Children of Alexander Weir and Ann Dunbar

Alexander Weir

(circa 1632? - circa 1689)
     Alexander Weir was born circa 1632? In Ireland. He was the son of Alexander Weir and Ann Dunbar.
     Alexander Weir lived at Hall Craig, Fermanagh.
     Burke's Landed gentry of Ireland states: Alexander Weir, of Hall Craig, fought in the battle of Worcester 1651. In Nov1688, he raised, jointly with James, son of Sir John Hume, an independant troop of Horse in support of the Prince of Orange, and (Mr. Hume having died) routed a party of King James's adherent at Ballyshannon, in June, 1689, and had part in the victory of Newtown Butler; after this he was slain at Boyle, and was there buried within the Abbey, a monument was erected by Lord Kingston on the spot where he fell at Boherboy. By Sarah Goodwin, his wife, he (also) had issue, John, who d. young.
     Alexander Weir and Catherine Dunbar, Sir John Dunbar, Mary Harman, Major John Dunbar and Alexander Weir were mentioned in a court case on 19 May 1674. A Chancery bill entered on 19 May 1674 between Moutray, plaintiff & Weir, defendant sheweth that Archibald Erkskin, had lent Sir John Dunbar £500 upon mortgage upon certain lands. That Ann Erskin his heir (wife of John Moutray of Aghamoyle) took out administration of her father's property. That Sir John Dunbar had never repaid the mortgage. That in 1658 Richard Dunbar 'as son & heir' of Sir John Dunbar, entered into the said mortgaged premises in Magheraboy. That said Richard died in 1666-7, and Catherine his daughter, as his heir in her right, or some others in her behalf, entered the said premises and enjoyed them and doth still enjoy them. Orator is informed that the said deed of mortgage came into the hands of Edward Weir, senior, Edward Weir, junior, Alex Arthur Weldon, Wm Dunbar, Jas Somerwell & John Dunbar or to some or one of them etc.
In the answers to the above bill, of Alexander Weir of Monaghan? co. Fermanagh and Jas Somerwell, it is stated that these defts [deforciants] believe and have heard that
John Dunbar, gent, who is son & heir of John Dunbar, deceased, who was second son of Sir John Dunbar, did immediately after the settlement in this kingdom, being then under age, by his guardian Mary Dunbar alias Veldon, his mother, enter into and always receive the rents and profits of the lands in question until he attained full age, which was about three years since: and do well know that he is in the seizin and possession of the said lands by some arrangement made by his grandfather. But they deny that Richard Dunbar or his daughter Catherine ever entered into the lands or enjoyed the rents: and that the said Catherine is not above the age of eight years. And they deny any knowledge of the mortgage of any land that came into their possession.
     Alexander died circa 1689 in Ireland. He was buried at Boyle Abbey.

Child of Alexander Weir

Alexander Weir

( - October 1785)
     Alexander Weir was the son of Robert Weir.
     Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland states: Alexander Weir, of Hall Craig, Capt. in the Fermanagh Militia in 1745; m. 1745, Barbara, daughter of John Crozier, Esq. of Magheradunbar, co. Fermanagh, and by her (who d. April, 1779) had issue.
     Alexander Weir married Barbara Crozier in 1745.
     Alexander died in October 1785 in Fermanagh, Ireland. He was buried at Devenish with his wife.

Children of Alexander Weir and Barbara Crozier

Barbara Weir

     Barbara Weir was the daughter of Alexander Weir and Barbara Crozier.
     Barbara Weir married John Johnson. They had 1 son and 2 daughters.